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The earliest recorded Methodist camp meeting in America took place 200 years ago this week.
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Plus: Doug LeBlanc's next move.
Baptism + Fire
Suffering may build character, but ultimately it's not about us.
Harder than Anyone Can Imagine
Four working pastors—Latino, Asian, black, and white—respond to the bracing thesis of United by Faith. A CT forum with Noel Castellanos, Bill Hybels, Soong-Chan Rah, Frank Reid.
Glocal Church MinistrySubscriber Access Only
Bob Roberts has an idea that may change American congregations, if not the world.
The Line Where Religions Collide
Journalist and poet Eliza Grizwold says we can learn a lot about Christianity by surveying the region where they have clashed for 200 years.
Inside the Nixon Years
Chuck Colson tells the inside story of the most controversial relationship in Graham's life.
Gao Zhisheng Alive?Subscriber Access Only
His brother says he talked with him by phone.
In Summary:Christianity and Politics
Recent and important releases that will shape evangelical thought.
Perennial Diet Wars
Spirituality for All the Wrong Reasons
Eugene Peterson talks about lies and illusions that destroy the church.
Punches, Smashes, and BombsSubscriber Access Only
Boxing gives us a window into the violence inherent in all sports.
The Lovely Paradox of NFL Draft DaySubscriber Access Only
It's an event of biblical proportions—and wisdom.
The Giant Story
Rob Bell on why he talks about the Good News the way he does.
Loving Muslims One at a Time
The 'Vicar of Baghdad' says the key to Muslim-Christian relations is very personal.
Commander and Chaplain: The Faith of Presidents
Gary Scott Smith explores how faith has influenced presidential policies.
Max Lucado Goes Overboard on GraceSubscriber Access Only
It's one of those things you don't want to moderate despite the risks, he says.
Did Andy Stanley Really Mean Obama Is 'Pastor in Chief'?Subscriber Access Only
The Atlanta megachurch pastor speaks about his pre-inauguration sermon and reaction to it.
New & Noteworthy: Church History
Recent and important releases that will shape evangelical thought
Something Noble and GoodSubscriber Access Only
Professional sports is often boring, but real sports is not.

Top Story April 6, 2020

The Egg Hunt Must Go On? Churches Reconfigure Options for Easter
The Egg Hunt Must Go On? Churches Reconfigure Options for Easter
Socially distant festivities include grab bags, virtual hunts, and coronavirus outreach.

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